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"Kongurei" - Nadishana, Raphael De Cock, Dima Gorelik

This is traditional Tuvan song in non-traditional interpretation, arrangement made by us spontaneously. We had 1 hour of time and we was just celebrating our occasional meeting. In fact this is the combination of ancient tuvan folklore, contemporary fusion jazz, some middle eastern music and kuzhebarian rhythms:)
Raphael De Cock - vocals, throat singing (khoomei, kargyraa, sygyt), uilleann pipes
Dmitry Gorelik - guitar
Nadishana - hybrid kaval, dan moi
http://www.myspace.com/nadisuna
http://www.myspace.com/dimagorelik

Recording made in KKStudio, Gliwice, Poland
Big thanks to Krzysztof Kobyliński and Michal from KKStudio

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Comment by Jens Mügge on August 9, 2010 at 9:10am
Fantastic! Hope to listen you and Raphael one time. Do you, Vlad, play at the Ancient Trance festival?

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